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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE LETTTBIttDGE DAILY Thursday, February 10, MADE IN CANADA It U used by ail the large Bakers Cattrcrs, aj well is by the home bakers and cooks. Food pro- ducts thai are produced b dean factories arc Vest. C. W. GXLLETT CO. LTD. TOBOXTO, OXT, 'POSSIBLE THAT MURDERER COM- MITTED "HARI KARi" (Continued from front page) POSTPONED Owing to illntci of Mr. Tit- ley, leader of Church choir, tht 'concert to hive held in Westminster church to- night, his been postponed. FAREWELL TO A POLICEMAN New -Michel, Feb. stable Arthur A. Ward was presented with a. case of pipes and an illuminated address by fcjs friends in New Michel. >'rs.neis J. Burns. J. P.. made the pres- entation, remarking that he was sorry to see aiich a competent, courteous and smart officer leaving and in an official way he will be hard to replace Outeide his capacity as an officer, he ;w3.s a perfect gentleman, and won the esteem of all with whom he came in contact. His departure will ba regret- ted by the whole community. Mr. G B- Stedman paid a glowing tribute tc JJ'r. Ward's qualities as an officer and gentleman. He ws followed by sev- eral other speakers, ail in the samej Net the Jap Wanted As expected, the Jap, Onaba. who went to Stirling from Lethbridgt on Tuesday morning, turned out not to be Ushyima. Onaba was located at Raymond by Constable Matheion yes- terday afternoon, and It was without the question of a doubt that was his right name. He came from the the east, on Tuea day morning, ate a meal at the Bel- gium restaurant and caught the 9.30 j j train for Stirling, walking across the i country to Raymond, ed his coormections with the New Mich] Another Jap who was seen riding ICE BOAT RAN INTO SNOW DRIFT EDITED QY "UNO" PHONES Obstinate Open .Sores are Healed by Zuni-Buk VISITING DAYS Mrs. McBeth. Occupants Hada Miracul-! Mrs. E. A. un eth south, will receive tomorrow for the ous Escape from a Terrible Death Toronto, Feb. people were i injured and eight others badly briris- i first tirr.o since her residence in Lelh- I three very pretty prizes will be (awarded ior the bi'sl costumes. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES On account of the critical illness of bridgo, aud hereafter on Fridav of each month. the tlsird el saw Mr. Schagel who, country near Spring Coulee yes-j ed and shaken up as the result oi au one knows in the Crow's Nest Pass, i tarday on a bay horse, was tracked to accident ou the bay this morning nas taken his place. He has nothing Magrath. He also turned out not to to learn in the saw mill business. I be the wanted man and was released- The Mibel troop of British Boys Photos and descriptions of Ushylma Scouts were given their badges were last night sent out and many enrolment cards on Monday, by Scout-j more be sent out just as soon as masier J. Cooper. The boys will have j they can be printed. tfieir first drill this week. Every detachment of the Mounted Provincial Constable Archie J. Hush! Police and every police force in West- es was taken to the Fernie hospital onlern Canada is on the lookout for Ush- .Monday night, suffering from He will have considerable diffi when an ice boat carrying a party of fourteen to the island, struck a snow SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Seamen leit this morning via Spokane for the coast, where thev will visit for some weeks. For sores which defy all ordinary remedies, Zam-Buk. should bo tried. Old wounds, varicose .ulcers, cold cracks, blood-poisoning und chronic sklu diseases cannot resist the heal- ing Influence uC this groat hc-rbal balm. Alma UourRue, oi Notre Dame, K'jnt Co., X. B., gives the following account of what Zulu-link did for her after various other olmrhems and salves had failed. Sho writes: For months t suffered with a run- ning soro OIL my I tried several ointments and but. none of them cio.uld brink' about u, cure. The sort) Andrew Tilley, leader of Wesley' W0'll1-tl church choir, the concert to have -been ''out over, and then break read In a newspaper, ono held this evening in ot Kood Zuai-Buk had done, church, North Letbbriclse. has been''''-11'1 so l determined to try it anil sea postponed. I what this balm would do for me. L v purchased soino Zain-Biilc soap. The High school Literary Society "I washed, the sore night autl morn- have a'final rehearsal of the wilh the and thcn the balm. I continued with this treat- !meut, and after using Zam-Buk for a hank while travelling at a terrific by a number oi the friends of Mr. speed and turned several sonu-rsaults. j jjrs_ j Rome to be given throwing the occupants to the ice. {iu their honor. The date oi the "Macbeth" tonight. This will be a dancing party is being planned dres3 The programme, to morrow The ice boat was demolished. event, however, has not been decided. t the nose and ears owiau to the highicuity in netting into the States and if s er _ _ The occupants were thrown in all ;Mr. and Mrs. Rome expect to leave directions and it is almost a miracle j very S0on for Vancouver, where they that some one was not killed. Joseph twill reside. Robert Kyle, Jiss Jewi altitude here. Hughes came from Van; alive, the police are confident that a couver a week aso. [week or two at the most will elapse The drug store in Old Michel is now i before he is apprehended. completed, and will be opened for busi: 1 The fact that hs was in Lethbridge ness in April. .'xt midnight Monday and has now so We were down at the saw mill on Sunday, and. called at the house of Barns, oar worthy magistrate. We ex- completely disappeared causes the po- lice to be more convinced than ever that he is the murderer. pected to find jovial bachelor's] quarters, but, unexpected, we found a1 Hair Health "florae beautiful." I eulogisu-c terms. i Mrs. Barns and Baby Burns back from; ..Mr.'Warl WRS completely taken by the East, and is getting up a We understand Frank is expecting! if YOU Have Scalp or Hair Trouble, Take Advantage of Thii Offer surprise, and expressed himself feel- ingly, that his sojourn in New Michel ise for them. could not afford to so strongly William Storrie, Race and A. Satmderson were the ones most seriously injured. All the rest of thft party escaped serious injury, but were bruised and shaken up badly. THE LETTER BOX oo and several The admission la th the Central and cents Proceeds in aid of sports. Miss Marjory Rome. Tomorrow afternoon the C. T. r. [will hold a Frances Wiliard memorial of Victoria. entertainment at the home of ihe who is the guest o( Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. A. L. Foster, to w A. R. Rome, will, after the depar- jthe ladies of the Mty are bidden. The i harmful imitations. the sore was completely healed. 1 have recommended Zatn-JJuk to one or two of my frlenda for sores, and In tht'Ir cases it has been equally effective." All druggists and stores sell Zam- Buk at oOc box or may be had post free from Zam-Buk Co. for price. U is a sure cure for piles, inflamed plac- es, cuts, burns, scalds, chapped hands, ulcers, eczema, scalp sores, and all similar diseases and injuries. Retuso ture oi Mr. and Mrs. Rome to coast, be the suest. of Mrs. C. Arnold for a short time. DR. STEELE'S SIDE OF THE STORY Warner, Feb. L4, 1911. Editor oi the Lethbridge Herald your issue oi Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Cleary en- {tertained two tables at euchre last, evening complimentary to their house guest, Mr. Struthers. of Winnipeg. the 'Programme committee has prepared! jj, ja splendid programme for the after i iicLachlan sang and Mr. Morris Inoon. Mrs. A. E. Humphries will give, a comic monologue, which brought a biographical sketch of the life of Frances Wiliard. Instrumental num- bers will be rendered by Mea'Jaiupe Craig and Mitford, Misses Dicer r.nd Hyden will sing and .Miss Jones will render a vocal solo. forth much merriment. Miss Wright sang an illustrated song, Mr. Neidip; throwing the pictures on the white wall which made an ideal curtain for magic lantern views. After the pru- Friday evening, February 27th. The St. Patrick's Altar Societv i a hundred and'e 1 gramme a delicious menu was served at the card tables under the supervi- a town is beic- at and JtlU IIUL aiLUiLL IU 3U OllUUn'.1 I..... V-J .Vllill V. Ill I niUll IJ Rexali "93" Hair Tonic and llta you published a lncmbcfit and frk.nds thc Sons, _ _ t M LI 1 .was so snort. He was undeserving o! in o! around 'fce 5avr the hisb. euccniuffis bestowed ou him in erideace we wer? emhusiosm carry us away, and Resall continue to sell it as we do. if it did not do ail we claim it will. Should our He was. however, ruled out of order i1------ Hair Tonic not give entire satis- and louad suihy oi bein- a jolly soodj A toeing niatch is being arranged be-j faction lo lhe users> lhey woujd i03e and visaed God speed by Charlie Carver and Owen. in U5 and our statements, and he learins .behind. j Wei5h of a sood record. consequence our business prestige The followine were present: Fran.-S j would suner. els J J. P.: G. B. Stedman. A.' Rev. Canon C. P. Alman. of Halifax j We assure you that if yo.ur hair is K-ncedy Aies J McCool Poner Hard! -for ten years secretary of the N. 3-! beginning to unnaturally fall out or it- ting- RobL K Moore J T. Armstrong [attsillary of the B. and P. Bible society have any scalp trouble. Rexali "S3" P. Zoratt. S.X. Tncfc, Consoles J. is dead. Tonic _ wfll promptly eradicate itough and Alex. McCaish. Mr. Ward left for his home in Craa-j broo-c on Tuesday morning-. Winnip-g V.'heat Winnipee, Feb. opened ?4 Bob Parks mill foreman, has closed S4 3-4: July closed 95; Oct. dandruff, stimulate hair growth and prevent prenaauire baldness. Our faith in Rexali "S3" Hair Tonic is so strong that we ask you to try it ication from a Warner corresponden to the effect that, because 24 out oi 2S legal voters signed a petition "Dr. Steele could not have more of a fol- lowing; than four." There are two sides to this story. Allow ir.e to explain. First. Mr. Lcfllngsvell personally cir culated the petition in question. Second, He explained that, as War- ner was without a council, this pcti- tition merely asked for the re-instato mcnt of the recently unseated council until the Lieutenant-Governor-in- Counci! should appoint their success- in ihe Knights of Pvthias Hall. h England spent a jolly time topetftcr last evening in the Oddfellows' i Whist was played at t-wonty-ciglit Mrs. p. Johnson, the Misses anfi aftcr son and William and Henry Johnson Pn7'es wwp aw'Jir'ioii Mls' V left this afternoon for Vancouver, where several months will he spent visiting Before their return to Leth-' bridge Mrs. Johnson and iamilv will j sistcrt the visit- several of the coast cities. I will be glad to publish the letter prizes were awanio Adam Link, Miss A. Davul Miss Reagh and Mr. .1. Quale. Those who as- musical program. 1 which so delighted the guests were, [Mrs. F. N. Stafford, Messrs. 1'car- our positive guarantee that your j ors. rcccivcd re the Canadian-American club, if the writer or writers will ,thc S. 0. E. Gicp. Club. The Glee closed 91 1-4. Cash wheat, 1 Nor., Si: .money will be cheerfull? refunded if 3-1: No. 4 jit does not do as we claim. Two sizes. h T ,a5SUre vou) coa. ictiy STOPS Nor. S3 3-4: SO 1-2: No. 5, 73 1-2: No. G, SS: FeedJ50c.and 51.00. Sold only at our store 161: Oats No. 2 30 Rexali Store. J. D. Higinboth- f I3- 57; 4' i "2.47. jam Co., Ltd.. special agents. Manv of "my send me their name, thc name will 1 Club is stronger and 'not appear in print, hut it is neces- cach and beforc niany-nmons' if sary that all communications sent sian of Mr. Ni'idig, and a contingent, members who had downed snowy coats and aprons. The napkins used had been specially" designed and bore.the Knights of Pythias emllew. After the serving of lhe refreshments dancinp was enjoyed for thc remain- der of the evening, the excellent Con- servatory orchestra the Miss Jenkins was the accom- panist for several of the soloists and Miss Wright accompanied the orshes- tra. The hall was beautifully decor- ated with the K. P. pennants and flags of every nation, and the hosts were all that couid have been desired, 'they lieing most attentive to their S the Herald be signed. suited me as to the propriety of sign- 5r.g said petition. I told their, than, I could not see how it would in be held }n tfcc Coaswra. their creditable work continues, will have an enviable place in citv's musical circles. 1 assuredly do.crave the guests. TELEGHAPHIC BRIEFS Mrs. Alex. Watson, a fanner's wife cvns ;badly injured in a runaway near tory auditorium this evening. NEW SILKS Plain snd fancy Rsjahs, Jacqusrds and Jap taffetas. C! 4RKE CO THE UDIES' STORE PBONE 453 ACADIA BLK. NEW DRESS-GOODS Cotton-Voiles, Worsted Suitings, Broadcloths, Etc. way compromise their position supporters oi mine :by signing the racmbers Q[ dub and jpecLtion as explained by Mr. Leffing-: crfjns vm leftve tomorrow afternoon 1 well. those who went to the Oddfellows hall; London. j last, evening expecting to attend Hamilton Board of Education, esti- V.'oodraen of the World's At iniates call for S2S4.111. There are Jt was-a typographical error but never-; 11.000 school-children. 1 fourth Others of mv Macleod on the 3'30 traln- A ''theless I feel reaponaible for the Sergr. Harrison, of the Army Sen-Ice I told me they signed .'the'petition be- n.Umbcr OI thc cltl2CRS arc going with -take. The At Homc wll, lie in corps. Kingston, charged with forgery cause thev felt that they could not. night the "corrpany" to Macleod and jolly time is heine anticipated, irorr, a business standpoint, anord to openly antagonize the interests rcpre- p g scnted by Mr. LefiingwelL Fifth, This petition vas slgsed bv many as a personal compliment Mr. Leffingwell, a compliment in which I concur, and not by any man- ner of means as an endorsement of the disgraceful irregularities which brousht about thc downfall political- i i Mr- rVirt llnFnri UnSCntCG t v oi red carnations being placec on :strlvin? to make H a meraorab Therefore Mr Editor. I cannot fnd SUW" The programme be ,s fo lutiLiun., .tiL. was prettv, with a laree any inconsistency in my followers signing said petition.. j ?ucsts includcd Mrg_ Algc Personally, I hare no objeCLion Mr. and Mrs. E. R. 11 eflinn-weM Yates and MacMuian be-. c.. Cameron. Mr. and Mrs. Alec. Simp- i ing elected to the position 01 coun- if they gain such election the Oddfellows hall rhis evening'. desertion, has surrendered, promises to be a most pleasant, affair j Helen the B-year-oId daughter of Dr. The hall has been uniquely deooraJed T. Clark, of Toronto, died while on and a surprise Is in waiting for the'ii visit to her grandpareniB at Kin- a delightful bridge in guests. Cards "will be plared riuiir.EjCardlne. of her sister, Mrs. Naismith, -tnc early part of the evening alj Quebec's provincial sanitary inspect- was wearing a very handsome .ten o'clock a musical programme attributes Ottawa's typhoid out.- e robe over Dale pink sa-'to followed hy refreshments" break to sewage contamination of the Echlin beautifwYly for thc evening will j water supply.. ;te Mesdames C. T. Wood, G. V. ilutlfji [and J. Galyzer. This is the tn-i prer. jertalniaent the Leubndpe Camp f tenaered their friends and they i Beautiful Laces and Embroideries Complete new stocks of all the -wanted kinds, containing many special values for Fritiav-Sp.wrcay ?N THE Torchons, Val- Maltese, giiippures and strappings, and allovers in matched sets. IN THE edg- ings, insertions, flonncings, bead- ings, strappings and corset cover em- broideries. Cover Embroidery 25c Fine cambric goods with extra deep embroidery half-inch beading at. top. Regulir 35c and 40c values. Friday and Satur- day special ..........25c Swiss Embroideries 15c Beautiful qualities in ex- tra fine goods, shown in many new and dainty de- signs. Widths 4 to ins. Worth 25c yd. Friday- Saturday special .....Ipc Torchon Laces 12 i-2c Pure linen laces, one to three inches wide, shown in various fine and heavy makes, edgings and in- sertions to match. Reg. 25c value. Friday-Satur day special .......12 1-2c Embroidery Strapping Fine dainty goods for finishing the corset cov- ers. Scalloped edges, half- inch heading in centre. "Worth up to 25c. Friday- Saturdiiy special .....16c Allover Embroideries 65c Fine quality goods in very dainty designs. Several patterns to choose from. 24 ins. wide, easily Tvortb 31.00 yd. Friday- Ssturday special .....65c Gutppure Strappincs 25c Splendid designs for yote and sleeve trimmings shown in white or cream, one to three inchos wide. Values worth up to 4rlc yd. Friday-Saturday special 25c of the three unfortunate unseated !e c follows Pianoforte solo, G. V. Butler. Song, F. G. Waddington. 0. E. Glee Club Duet (vocaH. the Misses Puller. Reading, Robert Sage. Song, Miss Stella Good. jrs, u tney gam sucn Scnator and Watsonf Mr. and} Address. R. Andrew Smith. an honest vote, but wnen 2i_or Shortfc Mr and c j Mandolin solo. C. Rose, out of 52 votes cast were shown in Mr v 'r W. Meldrum. Glee, 3. 0. E. Glee Club. Pianoforte solo: G. V. Buller. Son M_s R j ThomaSi r. Bovillc- ?Vss Klsic Sil- c Batc Mr .....________ gone to the ratepayers and others Mr Norman armonthf Mav 'Knights of Pythias :n their. spao the village, fallen on my knees and Free nuw hall last evening was a drcidod jthcm, and feariully begged them toipress [success, and the seventy-five guests sign a petition tor my re-instatcment- land members enjoyed the delightful 1 to a position I had recently declared Hockey Club' am plannrrt for their enter- 'ir. court I did not desire. I preparations for the ice car-1tainnient committee. Messrs. I have too much manhood to pursue G. Tiarpcr, R. D. Robson, C. K. such a course. afc 8Vclock' at the North iP' Conybearc, A.- K. Ncidig, L. H. The petit-ion in question is not a ,y j. pvervrnr i'vii-ed ard G. Davics, and A. M. criterian as to how its signers voted Ritchie. Until all the guests harl ar- at the recent election, or huw they i iwiil vote at the next election, and, not all those who were asked to sign are electors. "I have found Parisian to b-; i per acting ns the chairman. Mr. j Is it the fluttering of a wounded the best scalp and hair tonic and} Cooper opened the, programme with aj Extra special Friday-Saturday Bargains Representing Sayings too good to miss Table Linen ...........................65c Regular SOc valne. Unbleached pure linen, or full bleached In extra fine quality and heavy weight, full two yards Pure Silk Ribbons.....................15c Widths usually sold at 25c. Splendid taffeta, shovn in a full of all rhe wanted colors, full tour Inches -wide. Cambric Gowns Regular value. Made of tplendld qiraljty cloth in slip-over style, very daintily trimmed neck and sleev- es TTith fine embroidery and beading. Pretty Stock Collars ..................25c "Worth up to 50c. LoTtlv new style in fine wash goods, plain, near, and beautifully tailored; with or with- out tabs; shoTvn In -white, sky. hslio ami pink TTilir jrivrd cards were played, then an ox- s 7a3 Harrlsof Wapella, Hask..tcePtionally bright and pleasing pro- gramme xvr.s given, Mr. .1. (T. Har- bird Is it a dying groan 1 Is it-dressing I bare ever used. My hair j vocal so'o, his splendid voice sh jthe proverbial straw? been coming out In combs full i to advantage. Miss Stella Good. 1 Some of my supporters tell rr.e waa Brittle, and whose dear SWCP.t ROprar.o notes man'with a heart oi stone [falj always itchir.r and full of'. comrncntcd upon, ;dandruff. I have used two bottles of! Parisian Sage and it has stopped my! sweetly agd received a hair from falling the itching and sl'e wns accompanied by {only a man with a j could refuse to listen to their agon- izing pleadings. The onlv fault I have to find tUttenng en- Miss dniff hare disappeared and my hair 1 Archer. Little Miss w..-tlc rendered our fallen heroes is that they areljs (jne glossy. I would'2 violin solo in a most commendabln making a personal matter out of ajnot be without this hair tonic for t manner, and for so young a girl show 1 purely public affair. This I denounce {many times the price." ed marked ability. as puerile and unmanly. j For raen or children Paris >rr. Keller, dressed as a Highland 7f you, Mr. Editor, should in fu- Stge is without any doubt the flu- j laddie, sang a number of Scotch ture 'allov my name to be preparation for the hair. Daintily J was grectcd each time with i into the columns of vour paper hi a hcatV applause. Miss Batt'a uyro- i _ sticjcinsss, tno ougnt 10 oe waere ev-! matter in I have no concern .QTy me-mber of family ul pathetic and charrning voice was whatever, I hope you -will be Large bottle 50 cents at to it Vr selection, enough to publish the name of your Or from the proprietors, pericctly accompanied ou f correspondent. I like a man Co., Forl Erie, Ont, post-1 tnc piano by Mrs. W. J. Nelson. jwill fight in the open. j jpaid. The girt with the Auburn hairitcr A. Morgan rcnderrd a spirited Sincerely yours, 5s on every package. Sold and piccolo solo, and Mr. Wd Johnston N. D. STEEF.K, M. anteed by Jackson Cope. a maaJcrly violin selection. Miss machinery modern type our methods ELllSON MlLLIftC ttEVATOR CO.ITD ;